His first haircut was a big milestone for us and we had a wonderful experience. Our stylist put him in an adorable chair car and put on a movie. As soon as he got fussy, she blew bubbles (he loved it) and entertained him to get him sitting still. She even tolerated the many pictures we took as she quickly cut his hair. We chose the first haircut package which included a magnet frame for a photo and a frame with a snip of his hair as a keepsake. We will definitely be returning for all of his future haircuts. Thank you so much for making it so special for our family!
Posted: 9/16/2012 • Link to this review
We have been going here for several years then...The cuts are good, and fast. BUT....... we had an appointment and were told we had to wait.. (we were 2 minutes late) we still believe that the BIG $$ cut and style sitting in her chair were more important then our 2 small boys cuts. we don't use them anymore. We drive to the W. Sahara store now.
Posted: 10/07/2010 • Link to this review
This place was great! They let my son pick which car to sit in and a video to watch. The stylist talked to him, she was gentle and he actually giggled when she used the clipper. The haircut was adorable -- I kept looking at him for days telling him how cute he looked. It's little pricey and a little bit of a drive for me, but after a bad experience somewhere else, it's totally worth it!
Posted: 6/20/2010 • Link to this review
A stylist was very rought with my child, when she was trimming his hair she was getting the hair on his face and did not wipe it once. I asked if she could even out the front part of his hair and she replied very rudely "I have no idea what you are talking about". Needless to say my childs hair was uneven. When she was done, she just walked away without saying a word. She was very unprofessional and lacked customer service skills. I have not been there since.
Posted: 8/10/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
We took my son here for his first haircut. He was only ten months old but getting so shaggy we figured it was time. The lady did a good job cutting his hair, partially because he was sitting still; each cutting station has a TV or video game in front of it, and your child can choose which movie or game he or she wants (mine was engrossed in Baby Einstein). The chairs are cute, too, shaped like cars and fire engines and stuff. The only drawback? It's expensive - $15 to $20 for a cut. With hair that grows as fast as my little boy's, I think I'll stick to doing it at home.
Posted: 10/06/2006 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review